Ryukin // Multiple Exposure
Dory is a middle-aged single gal who’s lived alone inside her bowl for almost all of her life. She likes meeting new friends – but it’s not the easiest thing, given her situation. One day, when she was close to giving up, her whole life was turned upside down. The house outside of her bowl was staked out by a Bee Gees fanclub, and a mirror ball was placed right alongside her bowl.
“As with any goldfish living alone, I kept myself busy with useless, but time-consuming tasks. I played solitaire, solved sudoku’s, studied metaphysics, and so on. You can imagine that things were pretty boring. That is, until the day that I met all of my new friends! All of a sudden, those fish were all staring at me with wide open eyes and not speaking a single word. At first I was a bit scared, but then I realized that they’re all a very nice (though very quiet) group of hip girls. Ah hello, here they are: Dora, Rory, Rora, Mory, Mora, Lory, Lora and me, Dory! Now raise your fin and say “Hi” like me…see, what well-brought up young ladies they are! We have so much fun together and there’s no quarreling at all. When we play ‘hide and seek’ we always catch each other at the same time. Funny innit?”
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